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>>> good morning and welcome to news 4 midday. i'm eun yang in for barbara harrison december 4th, 2012. it is back to school for hundreds of thousands of students in northern virginia, that includes the 11th largest school district in the country, fairfax county. a cut back of buses is upsetting some parents. hundreds of children there will now have to walk to school because the school system is cutting a dozen stops. news 4 tracee wilkins has more on the policy and the fallout from it. >> this was the scene all around arlington county this morning as an additional 1,500 students took the sidewalks and roadways. some are walking and some parents who say they don't like it. walking to school instead of riding a bus. >> this school has not had a walking zone before and we have a fairly difficult walk here. >> reporter: a few weeks ago arlington county school parents received notification that some students who road the bus in years past will be walking to school. students living within a mile and a half of their secondary school or a mile of their elementary school are supposed to
are open and so far not seeing any reported delays along the metro, marc, or the vre. aaron and eun, back over to you. >>> back to school for hundreds of thousands of students in northern virginia. that includes the 11th largest school district in the country. fairfax county. set to welcome back 180,000 students today. fairfax county police will be out in full force making sure drivers follow the school bus laws. drivers should come to a complete stop in both directions when a school bus is loading or unloading with flashing lights. police say the ten feet surrounding the school bus is the most dangerous area for students to get hit by cars. >>> it's also the first day of school for more than 22,000 students in arlington kint in year parents in arlington are upset about the school district's new busing policy. starting today hundreds of students who used to take the bus will now have to walk to school. tracee wilkins is live in wakefield high school with more on the policy and the petition against it. tracee, good morning. >> reporter: officials are saying that more than 1,000 students wi
shaking our hands. good morning. welcome to "news 4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. >>> first breaking news out of afghanistan. the latest anti-american protests are under way in kabul. angie goff is live with the latest. >> the at least 20 officers are hurt as hundreds of protesters hurled rocks at them and set two police cars on fire. angry demonstrators spilled into the streets surrounding the afghan capital, shouting death to america. there's been a string of violence in many muslim countries following outrage over an anti-islam film produced in the u.s. it's the same film, u.n. officials say, sparked the deadly attack in libya that killed four americans, including a u.s. ambassador. right now outside kabul, police are firing shots in the air, trying to protect buildings downtown. pushing back an angry mob of about 800. reporting live in the news room, angie goff, news 4. >> right now it's 6:01. here's a look at storm team 4 radar, and something we have not seen in quite a while, rain. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein here with weather and traffic on the o
as they return to the field. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome for this friday, september 28th, 2012. most of the d.c. area is ending up soaked after rains pounded our region overnight. it prompted flash flood warnings in parts of our region. the worst of the storms has moved out, but we're still seeing a lot of rain this morning. >> storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson is here with the skinny on this friday. >> i like that. >> the 411. all that. >> oh, okay. >> it's not an unusual term. people say that, right? >> the skinny. the 411. >>> a lot of puddles down there. a lot of our rain down to our south and west around warrenton and culpeper. we are still seeing some rain that i think is going to be completely out of the area by 6:30. let's head over to the weather wall. we'll talk temperatures and radar now. 65 degrees to our north in gaithersburg. 68 in college park. 67 degrees in benning, and 65 down in arlington. you can see the pockets of moderate and heavy rain indicated by yellow. shades of red and orange around d.c. inside the beltw
. >> and i'm eun yang. this morning politics and football are mixing. by now you've probably seen this controversial play to end monday night football became such a hot topic. it even came up on the campaign trail. this morning one politician's tweet even has some calling him a hypocrite. that story is coming up at 6:15. >>> right now it's 6:00 a.m. an umbrella might be a good idea if you're heading out today. storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson. chances are slim. did you say a small umbrella? >> when we talk about the big rains. a big umbrella, the golf sized. folks waking up this morning to wet sidewalks and wet roads this morning. the radar is starting to quiet down. there's another little something that's going to start moving in. you can see around annapolis, what's left of those showers heading out around chestertown off to the west again. more showers starting to make their way on through here. up around hopewell in pennsylvania. frostburg down toward morgantown. we're seeing more showers advance toward the east. there's even been a little thunder with some of those
, 2012. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. 57 degrees outside our studios. much cooler in some places. storm team 4's veronica johnson in for tom this week. bundle up, right? >> this all came in over the weekend. saturday was the warm day over the weekend. sunday the cool air came in, just in time as fall had arrived. actually arrived on saturday. >> good timing. >> our first cool day was sunday. great timing. mother nature always knows how to do it. >>> 43 to 55, that's what we're talking about this morning. the huge range of temperatures. 43 to our north and west. we do have a few clouds out there. a bit of an october chill with a few clouds. make sure the kids are bundled up this morning. just a bit as they head to the bus stop. 57 degrees is the current reading. reagan national with a light wind out of the north. that wind, a dry wind too. 50 degrees right now in leesburg. 47 in martinsburg. 45 degrees in winchester. 46 degrees in waldorf. and down around la plata and st. mary's, even areas like patch river, upper 40s to 51 is degrees. few clouds out there. those have been
believes president obama should get four more years. good morning and welcome to "news4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. if you didn't stay up to watch former president clinton's speech, you may be dragging from catching the start of the football season. two redskins rivals duked it out. the nfl season officially under way now. a bit later, we'll have the highlights and a look ahead to the redskins' first game. >> we're enjoying watching the cowboys win. first though at 6:00 a.m., cloudy skies, muggy out there. when you think of football, you think of cool, fall temperatures. not happening today, but it's coming. >> it's coming. >> it's coming. going to be a hot one today, though. >> yeah. we're advertising the cool because of the heat that we're going to have today, too and some showers out there, too, right now, big-time storms around dover, delaware. i'm seeing those just down to the south, headed towards salisbury. so, i'm glad we don't have that. but showers around reston and gaithersburg, gaston, light showers around buoy and sprinkles for columbia a
before hitting the roads. >>> good morning. welcome to "news4 today." i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. adding to any traffic trouble this morning we could be in for heavy down pours today. right now not a whole lot of rain that could change. here is storm4 meteorologist veronica johnson to break it down for us. >> i notice you didn't have your coffee out. >> parched. >> all right. we're talking about some heavy rain. that's later today. this morning i like the fact that we're getting a break and seeing the moderate rains move on out of the area. 76, the temperature right now with a mostly cloudy sky. we're at 85% relative humidity. that dew point temperature right now at 71 degrees. here it is. storm4 radar. you can see those showers up around hagerstown. 73 aroundarlington. reston, too, 72 degrees around camp springs and around maryland. 8:00 a.m. this morning, showers possible. mainly light. these will be scattered showers. your temperatures, low 70s to upper 70s. by noontime today, mostly cloudy. still, a gray sky with those mixture of clouds and a little bit of sun for t
'm eun yang on this tuesday, september 12th, 2012. we're going to take a live look outside. 5:00 a.m., 62 degrees. wonder if aaron turned the heat on in his car, wonder if people have their seat warmers on. i'm liking it. >>> 62 is the warm spot. it's about ten degrees colder than that just a few miles away from downtown washington. right now around the region under a clear sky, we have temperatures in the nearby suburbs and prince george's county into the mid to low 50s. right now much of montgomery county is only near 50 degrees as well as much of fairfax county. arlington right now in the mid-50s. reagan national at 60 degrees. other temperatures farther away from washington, farther west and north, as usual, shenandoah wa valley into the mountains. southern maryland, only near 50 degrees most locations as well as the northern neck. right near the bay waters, mid-50s to near 60. hour by hour, 6:00 a.m., low 50s. still a chill in the air. sunrise at 6:47. a gorgeous day coming up for our lunch hour. highs near 80 by 3:00 p.m. when children are coming home from school andette going back
to washington. we've got natitude. good morning, i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. let's start with a live look outside. we've got a shot from nationals park. here it is right there. this morning you see the lights are still on actually at this hour. but no people -- i don't think there are any people in there fans-wise. the atmosphere is still ringing with excitement. and also for the forecast we're going to be getting over the next couple of days. >> no complaints. the brewers in town tonight with the playoff-bound nationals. they will have wonderful weather for the baseball game this evening. no complaints there. a few hundred thousand people might be going to high school football, perfect weather for that. >>> but this morning, 53 in college park. 52 ft. belvar in springfield. reston, temperatures mid-50s. 54 in gaithersburg and damascus. your morning commute, no complaints at all, bright and sunny. temperatures in the mid-50s to low 60s for now. no complaints there. an easy, easy weather forecast through the rest of the day. by noontime, plenty of sunshine, nice and warm.
and eun, back to you. >> thank you, danella. >>> 5:00 a.m. now. the democratic national convention wraps up tonight with a speech from president obama. he'll officially accept his party's nomination at time warner cable arena in charlotte. the president was supposed to speak at a much larger football stadium, but organizers moved it to the arena because of a threat for bad weather. legates officially renominated president obama for president yesterday. and they'll do the same with vice president joe biden today. the vice president got a quick walk-through about four hours ago at 1:00 a.m., once the delegates left. 'll speak tonight and accept the vice presidential nomination shortly before the president takes the stage. former president bill clinton says he is confident barack obama will win a second term. >> i hate to break it to you, but we're going to keep president obama on the job! >> clinton officially renominated president obama last night. he told delegates that the president has taken steps, the crucial first steps toward an economic recovery, and he is the right man to finish t
rain? we'll find out in a moment. first, good morning to you. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. in our headlines now. >>> one person is dead after a wrong way crash in stafford county, virginia. that accident happened yesterday along route 16 in stafford lakes parkway. witnesses saw a pickup truck suddenly speed up and cross into oncoming traffic. that truck crashed head-on into another truck. the driver of that truck died. >>> the wife of a man who was brutally attacked near eastern market is speaking out about the incident. thomas nosslin was jumped last month. three men attacked him, stole his iphone, and savagely beat him. the men robbed three other people later that night, but police caught and arrested him for those robberies. police found four phones when they arrested the men. one of the phones belonged to maslin, but only a few days ago police connected them to the attack. >> i'm really grateful for the hard work to the police department and the detectives. they're incredible, and they don't get a lot of credit. i want to recognize everything they've done to bring just
morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" on this wednesday, september 26th, 2012. >>> police are investigating a double shooting along the prince george's county line. the shooting happened at 11:30, and police aren't releasing many details about the case, but one man was shot in the head. >>> tonight those in herndon will hold a candlelight vigil to remember four people found dead in their home. the mother, father, and two teenage children were found dead yesterday at their home on point rider lane. the co-workers called after neither parent showed up for two days. the family has been a fixture in that neighborhood for nearly 30 years. >> the whole family was -- they were always -- they were a great, great group of people. >> especially the children. it's just heartbreaking. they had their whole lives. it's tragic. it's tragic. >> police say there is no threat to the community. that vigil will take place tonight at 7:30 at floral methodist church in herndon. >>> this morning the national park service will announce the contractor picked to re
at father hurley southbound is on the right side. as you can see, no backup there. aaron, eun? >> thank you, mike. >>> congress is back in session after a five-week vacation. they return to the capitol with a laundry list of bills to consider. topping the list are the bush era tax cuts, which are set to expire at the end of the year. another is a temporary deal that will avoid a government shutdown for the next six months. >>> we are now less than two months until the presidential election, and both president obama and mitt romney are raising big bucks. the latest numbers show the president outraised romney in august, bringing in $114 million. the republican nominee raised $111 million. he had outraised president obama in the three previous months. despite the president's advantage in august, it was the third straight month that romney raised more than $100 million. romney will be in ohio today, another crucial state that could decide the election. he talked to david gregory in an exclusive interview on meet the press yesterday. he told gregory, if elected, he plans to repeal and replace ob
'm aaron gilchrist >> and i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" on this monday, september 24th, 2012. taking a live look outside, 57 degrees. into the 50s. if you don't have your jket, you're out of luck. >> go back. go back and get it. >> you need it. >> that's what my mother would say. go back and get it. >>> we said bye-bye to summer definitely this weekend. take a look at the low temperatures that are out there right now. up north, montgomery county, aspen hill right now at 48 degrees. anacostia currently at 56. riverdale now at 54 degrees. it's 50 degrees in culpeper, virginia. throughout the area, pretty low readings starting out. jacket cool for early on in the day, 45 to 56 degrees with a mostly sunny sky. sunshine at least will be with us throughout the day. i like the fact we're not going to have a stiff wind blowing. an october chill, though, indeed. 62 to 65 degrees around the noon hour. then at 5:00 p.m., sunny, chilly, 65 to 68 degrees. coming up at 5:11, i'll have your four-day forecast. right now first 4 traffic with danella. >> thanks, veronica. >>> looks like the wo
just hours away from a u.s. release. >> good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" for this friday, september 21st, 2012. 5:00 a.m., 62 degrees. another beautiful start. cool, low humidity. i could get used to this weather. >> keep it like this all the time. chuck bell is here. >> sure. >> fall comes tomorrow, right? >> i'll just copy and paste the forecast tomorrow. >> could you, please. all the way through march. >> and you are absolutely right. fall does begin tomorrow. the autumn equiknox arrives tomorrow morning at 5:30 a.m. that will be the beginning of meteorological autumn. i should say astronomical autumn. most temperatures back in the 50s to near 60 in town and bayside. no real cold air anywhere too close to us. we'll be mild today with temperatures back in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees for a time today. plenty of sunshine as well. this next area of low pressure up here across the great lakes, that will bring us our next chance for rain tomorrow. so be ready for it. it also contains some stronger thunderstorms tomorrow af
together to remember a family found dead in their herndon home. good morning. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. welcome to "news 4 today." it is wednesday, september 26th. this morning the national park service will announce the contractor chosen to repair the earthquake damage to the washington monument. the monument sustained serious structural damage in last year's 5.8 magnitude earthquake. the top of the oblisque has several large cracks. the repairs expected to cost more than $15 million. this morning's news conference will start at 10:30, and you can look for the latest on "news 4 midday" and on our website, nbcwashington.com. >> first let's check the forecast. definitely warmer this morning. a lot warmer, you say, really. y>> b 10 to 15 degrees, depending on where you are. there's so many locations in the 40s. this morning we're starting out in the 50s, even low 60s throughout the area. in fact, it's 67 degrees right now at reagan national airport. 67 degrees. we've got a mild start. that maends we're going to have an even warmer finish. we're going to see our warmest
. this love fest did not last long. good morning and welcome to "news 4 today." i'm eun yang. >> sometimes you just can't win. that's one of those jobs. good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. a nasty night turned into a nasty morning for a lot of folks. a live look over the nation's capital as some of us are dealing with rain and certainly wet roadways. storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson here with a look at the forecast. >>> as the rain comes to an end, we start to see the fog and the visibility start to drop. a look at the visibilities throughout the area, especially the locations that had the real heavy rain last night. manassas down to a half mile visibility. culpeper, virginia, at a third. stanton at zero mile visibility. it could drop a bit more too around leesburg, winchester, and martinsburg at .3 mile visibility. the rain is moving out. quiet conditions everywhere from baltimore down to annapolis and diehl. that's all headed toward eastern maryland right now. temperatures also mild. 67 in college park. rockville at 63. fort belvoir you're coming in at 64 degrees. luray 61. that is
is at the live desk with more important information for commuters just into the news room. >> good morning, eun. >>> from the roads over to the rails, we have an alert for amtrak riders headed to baltimore this morning. we have learned from service from washington, d.c., up to baltimore is currently delayed, and this is due to some signal system problems. the good news is repairs are under way. we'll continue to keep you posted. all you have to do is follow @news4 today on twitter. reporting from the live desk, i'm angie goff, back to you. >>> we're also following breaking news in the district. a man in critical condition after prince george's county police officers shot him. they say he opened fire on them first. this is late last night at the d.c.-maryland border. news 4's melissa mollet is live with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, aaron. just behind me, we just spoke with officers. they say they're going to keep this road shut down for the next couple of hours at least because they want to wait until daylight to get a better look at the scene. i'm going to step out of the way for you
first nfl game. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" for this monday, september 10th, 2012. we're going to take a live look outside at 5:00 a.m. chilly in our area with temperatures in the 50s. spectacular weather yesterday. hope we can keep it going. meteorologist tom kierein is back from vacation. he brought a little gift with him in the form of this nice weather. >> eun, i've never seen you so giddy. >> with the redskins game and the weather combined, i just can't help myself, tom. >> the karma has come together. >>> we're going to have a gorgeous week coming up. you loved yesterday. you're going to love it today. it's going to be tough going off to work and school when you have a beautiful blue sky overhead. this morning no travel problems weatherwise. a beautiful area of high pressure pushing in, a gift from canada. it's moving over our region coming in from the upper midwest, where right now it's down into the 30s. parts of northern michigan, northern wisconsin, locally under this clear sky. these areas in blue are in the 4
're using that exit to the outer loop, use caution and pass slowly by the deer family. aaron and eun, back to you. >> thanks, danella. >> the deer family? all right! >>> tonight, president obama will finally take center stage at the democratic national convention. he's going to accept his party's nomination. the speech will take place inside the time warner cable arena instead of the 74,000-seat football stadium where the president was originally supposed to speak. organizers made that decision because of the threat of bad weather. delegates officially renominated obama last night. they're scheduled to nominate joe biden for a second term as vice president today. >>> former president bill clinton officially made the nomination of president obama for re-election last night. clinton brought delegates to their feet during a four-page speech that lasted 50 minutes last night in charlotte. seldom on script, he disputed republican claims that the country is worse off now than it was when president obama took office. >> when president barack obama took office, the economy was in free fall, it had
already seen damaging rains several times this summer. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. >>> one man is behind bars accused of killing a capitol heights woman. prince george's county police arrested michael jerome. investigators say stewart went to mckinley's home and shot two women. investigators say stewart and mckinley used to date, and they got into an argument at a gentlemen's club where she worked. >>> today investigators will try to determine what caused a fire in the district's dupont circle neighborhood. it broke out in the 1800 block of corporate street northwest. the fire started on the third floor of a building belonging to argentina. a firefighter and someone else inside were treated for minor injuries. >>> excitement over the national zoo's newest edition is building this morning. take a look. the live view from the panda cam right now. it's also probably the best view we'll have of mama mei xiang and the new cub for several weeks. the panda house is closed to give the new family some peace and quiet and likely will be for a couple of weeks. that's not
in this area, just the left lane is getting by. eun, over to you. >>> 4:34. breaking news, a deadly shooting during a midnight election rally in canada for quebec's new premier. angie goff is in the newsroom now for more. >> eun, one person is dead. another critically injured after a masked gunman in a bathrobe opened fire at the midnight victory rally. the new premier was not hurt. rushed off the stage by her security guards. she reportedly asked what's going on as she was grabbed unaware of the shooter. police say the gunman who is in custody is 50 years old. they say he opened fire in the back of the room during this speech while hundreds filled the auditorium. right now no official word on what kind of weapon but camera footage showed a pistol and a rifle at the scene. as of right now a motive is still unclear. police saying they don't know if she was the direct target. reporting live in the newsroom, angie goff, news4. >> thank you. >>> tonight, former president bill clinton will be the speaker in charlotte. clinton is scheduled to speak during the 10:00 hour. maryland senator barbara m
, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome this monday, december 17th, september 17th, 2012. a costly penalty cost the skins a chance of perfection. i guess they were playing football. kind of happens. >> it was the craziest game. the whole thing was so agonizing, tom. >> and we're still trying to get over it. i guess mei xiang is okay. may be the only one. >> something to cheer. >> that's right. >>> starting off with a clear sky. that's the view from space. we do have increasing clouds pushing in from central virginia and into the south. much farther south and west, we've got a developing rain storm coming our ray late tonight. between now and then, we'll stay dry. off to a chilly start. it's only near 50 in montgomery county. much of fairfax county, prince george's, and southern maryland. up near the bay waters, near 60. reagan national, 61. the chilly 40s. panhandle of west virginia, chilly and into the mountains. by 6:00 a.m., still a chill in the air, only around 50. sunrise by 6:02. tonight sunny, mild, nice, rapid warmup. we ought to be low to mid-70s by noontim
fell and knocked out power to thousands. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang on this wednesday, september 19th, 2012. >>> prince george's county police officers have shot a man in the district. they opened fire when they say a man began shooting at them on southern avenue northeast. melissa mollet is live with the latest. melissa, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, eun. that's right. officers are still on the scene. we just spoke to them, a couple of investigators. they said they'd be here a couple of more hours. you can see this entire section of southern and chesapeake is shut down. again, it's going to be shut down for some time. we arrived here about a half hour ago. there were a dozen or so evidence markers in the middle of the road here. since then, those markers have been cleared off of the road. here's what we know at this point. just after 10:00 last night, d.c. and prince george's police started getting calls about a man walking through the glass manor apartment complex here firing a gun into the air. when two prince george's county
'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. >>> new this morning, montgomery county police say a man was stabbed multiple times along mills choice road. police say the victim was stabbed in the chest and neck. the victim was taken to the hospital. his name and condition have not been released. police have not made any arrests nor released a motive. >>> this morning the search is on for a man who shot and robbed a bank customer in takoma park. it happened along university boulevard at 7:00 last night. police say the customer just stepped out of the bank when the robber fired. the victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery. the gunman got away. it's not clear how much money was taken. >>> things are back to normal this morning at dulles airport. several flights were delayed there last night after somebody called in a bomb threat. police appeared to focus their search on two daily parking garages. didn't find anything out of the ordinary, though. inside the terminal, passengers had to wait to board flights. one man already on board a flight to chicago said
will get you by that crash. back in ten with another update. aaron and eun, back over to you. >> danella, thank you. >>> breaking news out of afghanistan. more attacks as a result of that anti-islam internet movie. >> this proves the deadliest attack onoreigners in more than a year in afghanistan. at least 11 dead, several others injured. this is what's left after a suicide bomber, believed to be a 22-year-old woman, slammed her car into a mini bus packed with foreign nationals. the blast was so loud, people reported not being able to hear for hours after the explosion. a radical islamic group claims responsibility, saying they do this in retaliation to an anti-islam film made in the u.s. the video has enraged those in many countries. afghans stoned police and burned their cars. rioting last week in libya left a u.s. ambassador and three others dead. this was the first suicide car bombing carried out by a female in afghanistan. reporting from the news 4 live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> and the u.s. has changed its strategy in response to the amount of insider attacks in afghanistan. jo
receive. first, good morning to you. i'm eun yang. >> and good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. >>> right now it is 6:00 a.m. the sun is soon to rise on another beautiful day around the washington region. a live look outside. temperatures 62 degrees here in upper northwest d.c. >> loving this weather. storm team 4 meteorologist tom keierein with our forecast. hi, tom. >>> first light of day showing up under a clear sky again this morning. it is a chilly start to the day. take a look around our region. all this thanks to, again, this huge area of high pressure that is still dominating our weather throughout the entire just about eastern half of the nation. no problems up and down the sea board. under a clear sky, temperatures down in the 40s much of shenandoah wa valley, much of western maryland and west virginia. down into the mid-40s in most of those locations. farther east, closer to washington, just near 50 degrees in the nearby suburbs. near 60 in washington and right near the chesapeake bay. hour by hour, by 7:00 a.m., mid-50s. bright and sunny, still that chill in the air. mild midday n
that is getting a lot of attention this morning. good morning. welcome to "news 4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. we have a sweater alert for you. temperatures took a big dip. some of us waking up to temperatures in the 40s. storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein back with us this week and brought us cooler weather. >>> heading off to school, going to need jeans and a sweatshirt. that's for the teachers. they're dressing down lately. and students too. you're going to need to layer up a bit this morning, a chill in the air. that's a live view from our satellite and radar. storm team 4 looking down upon us there from space showing a clear sky, thanks to high pressure that is pushed in over the last 24 hours. right now it's only in the 40s these areas in blue. west virginia, western maryland, and central shenandoah valley. these dark green areas, the low 50s. that includes most of virginia, most of maryland, and the eastern shore. right near the bay waters, the lighter greens are the 60s right on the tidal potomac. a cool 61 by 7:00 a.m. we'll still be chilly. not a lot of wind, genera
for the real refs to return to the nfl. good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" for this tuesday, september 25th, 2012. 58 degrees. you can call it jacket weather, coat weather, put the heater on to warm his toes. >> i'm just dreading going out there at 6:30. >> aaron offered to go for you. just for a second. >> right. >>> we've got a pretty nice day on tap. just have to get through the morning. get through the first couple of hours, bundle up, make sure the kids have ample clothing on. you know how those teenagers like to dress. temperatures in the 40s. aspen hill, annandale, hyattsville, you're all in the mid-40s right now. 54 degrees in d.c. 46 degrees down in culpeper, virginia. so for today, again, sunshine the first half of the day, but then a few clouds that are going to be making their way in a little later on. mostly clear, jacket cool, 47 to 56 degrees. by the noon hour today, lunchtime, nice, seasonable conditions. 67 to 70 degrees. the last two days have been running below average. today we're finally looking at conditions.
'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. the region recovering from the storm. about 25,000 customers lost power. it happened when wind gusts snapped trees and landed the branches on power lines. this morning they're restore service to the last few without electricity. and heavy downpours left as much as 18 inches of rain in maryland. some students had to walk through knee deep water in get home. flooding was a concern in the bloomingdale section of d.c., but no damage done. >> will the rain stay away? here's meteorologist tom kierein with the forecast. >>> yesterday afternoon at 3:10 p.m., reagan national had a wind gust of 61 miles an hour. those winds were really packing a punch. that's what, as you mentioned, caused the power outage. the winds blustery, but not that strong. the cloud cover beginning to break up just to our west. still a few sprinkles in calv t calvert, st. mary's, and the northern neck. right now it's down to the low 50s in the shenandoah valley and out in the mountains of western maryland and west virginia. chilly there. montgomery, arlington, fairfax. by 7:00 a
'm eun yang. 40 degrees in some places. this started a bit of a debrougdebate. should you be reaching for the heat? >> my esteemed colleague says yes. >> the person to ask, though, is meteorologist tom kierein because he is outside on the storm team 4 weather deck. what do you say, tom? >> yesterday morning was chilly. i call this cold. >> cold, all right. >> we're not used to this! this time of the year, this is certainly unusual. we've got the predawn light now just beginning to light up the sky. and around the region. yeah, we are down into the 40s in much of the area. in fact, you might want to kick on the furnace. right now we're down into the mid-40s in northern montgomery county and loudon county and much of northern virginia, it's into the mid and upper 40s. and in prince george's county, much of southern maryland, generally in the low 50s to mid-40s. and right near the bay waters, though, the bay water temperatures are in the 70s. it's right near 60 degrees there. farther out to the west out in the mountains of western maryland, west virginia, low 40s in many locations. quite
el país, así que tien eun impacto grande en estados unidos. >>> si la decisión no es apelada por ls autoridades de educación de la florida, podría entrar en efecto en 90 días, y hay alrededor de 9 mil estudiantes hijos de inmigrantes indocumentados en la florida. >>> importante, porque además no solo es en lla florida, sino el impacto a nivel nacional. >>> exactamente. >>> solamente en la florida 9 mil. >>> muchas gracias, vilma. >>> gracias a ustedes. >>> autoridades de salud en estados unidos emitieron advertencia para las personas que visitaron el parque yosemite, es el virus hanta virus pulmonar, de las 10 mil personas en riesgo 2500 son de fuera de estados unidos. >>> es momento de nuestra primera pausa y al regresar por qué está molesta la campaña del presidente de venezuela, hugo chávez por el rresultado e un simulacro electoral. >>> y el pentágono se va en contra del libro sobre la operación donde murió osama bin laden. >>> ha sido una noche movida con mucha información, así que envíe sus comentarios con el hashtag ñ#edicionnocturna ♪. >>> una supuesta victo
-muslim film has claimed more lives this morning. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. welcome back to "news 4 today." it is tuesday, september 18th. this morning a storm team 4 weather alert. storms moving into the area now, and that has power companies at the ready. dominion virginia power has crews on stand by from as far away as norfolk. here in the district, residents are preparing for the possibility of more flooding. news 4's megan mcgrath in the plo bloomingdale neighborhood northwest where the flooding is getting to be old hat and a big problem. >> reporter: absolutely. we're here on rhode island avenue in the bloomingdale neighborhood. take a look at the electric sign. it says it all. severe weather expected. watch for standing water. and not just standing water. if history repeats itself, folks could be seeing rushing water, gushing water. not just on rhode island avenue, but inside their homes as well. that has been playing out time and time again throughout the course of this summer. several people or a number of people in this area, they've been flooded f
. good morning. i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. we're also talking about what could go down as the play of the year in the nfl and not in a good way. >> seahawks win in the most bizarre finish you'll ever see! >> sometimes the announcers really get it right. bizarre indeed. monday night football turned into a monday night fiasco. one coach says he's never seen anything like it. in the next half hour, players throwing around words we can't put on tv. and one law maker who may have let his emotions get the best of him as well. >> bizarre could be mild compared to what some are saying. 6:00 a.m. it is chilly out there. 57 degrees and cooler spots throughout the region. aaron turned on the heat. that's okay, aaron. >> it was one of those days. >> i probably should have turned on the heat too. with the fact i have to go outside at 6:30, maybe some of that warmth would still be with me. the next couple of mornings are going to be easier to take. we're going to see temperatures coming up not just for the afternoon but for the next couple of mornings. we're at 54 degrees at reagan n
stick to the right and you will get by without any issue. i'm back in ten minutes. aaron and eun, over to you. >>> 4:33. following breaking news. 90 minutes ago los angeles experienced another earthquake. the 3.5 quake hit the beverly hills area. melissa mollet has the latest. >> wps essay they felt a sharp jolt and then a slow roll. this is the second earthquake to hit beverly hills in the past week. now, the quake registered at a 3.5. it hit around an hour and a half ago. across southern california and downtown l.a. the u.s. geological survey says that the epicenter is nine miles from the l.a. civic center. monday's quake registered at 3.2. right now the survey says they are unclear if the two are related. at this point there are no reports of damage of injuries. just, of course, some rattled nerves. live in the newsroom, melissa mollet, back to you. >>> another earthquake in china is to blame for more than 20 deaths this morning and hundreds more are hurt. overnight a 5.6 quake shook the provinces. state media there reports that more than 20,000 homes are now destroyed. crews are no
into the district, nice and clear. back in ten with another look at your traffic. aaron and eun, back over to you. >>> breaking news in northeast washington, police are investigating a stabbing there. let's go right to news 4's melissa mollet with what we know now. melissa, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. police are still on the scene at lincoln and "r." this is what we understand. the call for an aggravated assault went out at 3:30 this morning. an adult male was found on the steps in front of the lincoln road apartment. he had multiple stab wounds to his chest. at this point, he was not speaking to police. so they do not have any suspect information or information about what happens. a block here is shut down as police try to figure out what happened here. they say the man was conscious and breathing when he was taken to med-star, and he is expected to recover. as soon as we get any information, we will pass that along. melissa mollet, news 4. back to you. >>> a developing story out of the middle east. protests over a film critical of the muslim prophet muhammad are turning deadly. sec
. 55 degrees out over our studios. good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" for this monday, september 24th, 2012. >>> we could learn as early as this morning what led to the tragic death of the panda cub at the national zoo. at 9:15 yesterday morning, mom mei xiang let out what could be called a distress call. doctors were too late to save the cub. they're still not clear what went wrong. >> the cub looked just fabulous. no external signs of trauma. no signs of illness or clinical disease. the cub was just beautiful. it's a beautiful little body, beautiful face with the markings just beginning to show around the eye. >> this was considered to be the last opportunity for mei xiang to get pregnant. her only other successful pregnancy was in 2005, when she gave birth to ti xian. >>> about 2:15 this morning a fire broke out in the basement of a home on toby drive. everyone got out okay. police trying to figure out what caused that fire. >>> police in gaithersburg investigating a deadly crash. a woman was pulled from that wreckage in critical co
in office. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. welcome to "news4 today" for this friday, september 7th, 2012. 5:00 a.m., 72 degrees. and it is a touch cooler, feels like the humidity, you know, kind of went down just a little bit. >> had the windows down coming in this morning. >> look at you. >> that's brave. >> well, today, fairly confident we're going to get into the upper 80s to around 90 degrees. summer's last gasp because this weekend we're going to see fall move in. there you go. >> love it. >> taste of fall this weekend. it's, you know, about time, right? this is the time of year. the average temperature, around mid september is, in fact, upper 70s. right now we've got 72 degrees with a partly cloudy sky. a wind that's calm. humidity at 87% right now. take a look at the satellite and the radar over the last couple of hours. those storms that moved through yesterday. those are way off the coast of north carolina now. we've got just a few clouds out there. pretty quiet. for the morning commute, 8:00 a.m. a little bit of fog, mainly south. 68 to 78
game. >>> welcome back to "news4 today." i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. a live look outside for you right now. a few clouds still hangi out in the area. but it's a cool start to the morning. and not as humid. sticky, yucky, as it has been several days this week. >> our umbrella is going to get a break for at least today. >> that's good. >> a day. because, tomorrow, the rain comes back. in fact, it could be a stormy one tomorrow. so let's talk about that here as we move through the weather. temperaturewise out there as we said, a little down. humidity is down, too. we're at 72 degrees here. i-95 in philadelphia. 71, the temperature. 7 1, also, in new york city. if you've got traveling to do, temperatures will be fairly the same throughout the mid atlantic today. upper 80s to low 90s. as you look at the satellite and radar, not just here but up in pennsylvania, it's quiet now. quiet down through virginia. our weather front off the coast but it's another one that i'm expecting to step into the area tomorrow. some storms are on tap for saturday afternoon. today we have that quie
. >> i'm eun yang. welcome to "news4 today" for this wednesday, september 5th, 201. live look outside at 5:00 a.m. 77 lucky degrees. felt like a wall of humidity. walk right into it. >> whoosh. >> he felt the air. >> i walked right through it, too. >> cooled him off. >> he must have spritzed himself before hand. >> wow, yes, in the car. >> yeah. we've got a better chance of seeing rain throughout the area today. unfortunately, and then the other thing, too, the other part of story is that higher temperatures, too, around today, tomorrow, and friday. taking you back to 1:00 a.m. this morning. a few showers around front royal. those who made their way off to the north and east, really falling apart if you're around baltimore, we've got more rain that sits back in west virginia. the other side of i-81. that's what's going to slowly be making its way eastward throughout the morning. i think by the time we get to mid morning, 8:00, 9:00 a.m., we will see those showers here locally and again just that showers for the area. nothing too heavy for the early part of the day. 79 degrees right no
.m., work 10 hours, and we have not got any reply -- any complaints that one of them is lazy. the eun has helped out some. i work with ramon an oscar. -- the union has helped out some. i work with ramon and oscar. we have worked together for many years, especially ramon. we need to step up a little bit to help our young people, especially those that are journeymen, those with certifications, and those that have not worked in a long time. i'm looking forward to visiting these companies and asking them how best they can accommodate as, even if they give us two or three slots. that will help us. all of your commissioners, i do not know if you receive the incident reports from the various neighborhoods, but if you read the incident reports from the bayview -- and i will make sure that a copy is sent so that each of the commissioners can read it. so very pleasant. it is not very pleasant. after my vacation i'm going to go to europe for about three weeks. [bell] when i come back, i'm going to do whatever it takes to have the sfpuc with its outreach program -- especially to address and bring dow
wanted to get across about her husband. >>> good morning. welcome to "news4 today." i'm eun yang. >> good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. we're keeping a close eye on some rain that is getting close to our area. it could arrive sgljust this ti to make you're commute a bit messy this morning. veronica johnson is here with the details around that. >> it's around winchester right now. mainly showers. not expecting anything heavy for the morning. but things could get heavier and a little harder during the afternoon hours. and as early as about noontime today. good morning. you're at 79 right now. 79 degrees, laurel. lan ham, 77. bet bethesda, 79 degrees. 75 currently in oakton. temperatures are warming up already. showers and storms off to the west of our area. showers mainly west of us. some thunderstorms further down toward charleston and just west of roanoke. that line is associated with the cold front that's going to be moving in later on. cold front and some of the lingering moisture from isaac all interacting today to provide us with this, from showers to showers and storms as early as no
to catch a few more glimpses of the little guy. reporting from the national zoo, megan mcgrath, news 4. eun, back to you. >>> from good news there to not so great news for redskins fans. after a stellar first win, the burgundy and gold have some disappointment to deal with this morning. the st. louis rams fought back from 15 points down to win the game 31-28. it was still an impressive showing by rookie quarterback robert griffin iii. he threw for one touchdown and ran for two more. but it was one mental error, if you will, with the time ticking down and the game on the line that ultimately cost the skins a shot to keep a perfect record. our own dan hellie has the story now from st. louis. >> reporter: good monday morning from st. louis, everybody. i hope we all remember how great it felt after the redskins beat the saints to open up the season. now it's back to reality. a 31-28 loss here in st. louis to the lowly rams. perhaps not so lowly anymore. sam bradford dissected this redskins defense. and, of course, the play that's going to grab the headlines, josh morgan's unsportsmanlike conduc
this morning and pack your patience. eun, over to you. >>> 4:33. the democratic national convention begins today in charlotte. several local politicians will take the stage on this opening state day. maryland governor martin o'malley and steny hoyer and tim kaine are all set to speak this evening. first lady michelle obama will also speak. president obama isn't at the convention yet. today he will end his road to charlotte tour in virginia. he is set to speak in norfolk state university. the president spent yesterday in louisiana seeing firsthand the damage hurricane isaac caused last week. he also travelled to the battleground state of ohio where he told steel and auto workers that he saved millions of dollars by bailing out the auto industry. >> i believed in you. i bet on you. i'll make that bet any day of the week. because of that bet, three years later, that bet is paying off for america. >> vice president joe biden hammered home the same point in a rally in another crucial state, michigan. >> paul ryan hoping to steal some of the democrats' thunder as their convention gets under way.
the course as he asks for another four years in office. good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i'm eun yang. welcome to "news4 today" on this friday, september 7th, 2012. >>> we begin with a story involving a prominent football program. this morning five players dematha football players are off the team because of prostitutes. their trip for their first game in north carolina. according to a parent of a player who has now withdrawn from the school the players used a website to hire and sneak three prostitutes into their room last saturday after bed checks were done. some players reportedly had sexual relations with the prostitut prostitutes. two players have since withdrawn from school, two are recommended for expulsion. one has a disciplinary hearing this morning. >>> this morning the naacp demanding answers after a district heights police officer shot a man already under arrest. they arrested calvin kyle for trying to steal a motorcycle yesterday afternoon near foster street. kyle tried to run away and the police fired. we spoke to a
, including you. >> i think pretty much everybody's excited for this. >> i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" for this monday, september 10th, 2012. >>> the power is just about back on for those people who lost their power due to weekend storms. after saturday's powerful storms, on millwood lane, a partial tree fell. on 38th street another large tree was uprooted. it brought down power lines and smashed two cars. >> one of the telephone poles here crashed into a brand new car. he just bought it. and the other new car was just visiting the people who live there. their car was totalled. >> it's the second time that one of these trees fall, and evidently, they take out quite a number of electricity poles. i have to say i was quite impressed with the fact that the crews were out here the next day. >> no one was hurt. >>> people in falls church, virginia, can have their
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